The gloves are off in a lawsuit in the Southern District of New York where an insurer and an oil and gas company disagree about whether the company’s insurance policy covers claims that fracking causes earthquakes.
The New York Public Service Commission’s (PSC) Clean Energy Standard (CES), adopted in August, includes a new emissions credit—the ZEC.
Under EPA’s revised Regional Consistency regulations (codified in 40 C.F.R. Part 56) , sources located in different parts of the country may be subject to a different “single source” aggregation test or other Clean Air Act policies based on decisions of the federal courts with local jurisdiction.
Attorney General Finds Governor’s Contract for Legal Services Not Approvable, Unacceptable, Illegal, and Unconstitutional
The dispute between Governor John Bel Edwards and Attorney General Jeff Landry over the retention of several private attorneys to represent the State of Louisiana, through the Department of Natural Resources (“LDNR”) in coastal loss litigation has taken a new twist.
National Organization for Onboarding and Training of New Employees Industry Wide in the Oil and Gas Industry Provides Example for Others
The National STEPS Network provides a working model of an industry wide employee onboarding and safety training program.
My blogging sensei Cordell Parvin says the title should always inform the reader of the content. Mea culpa on this one; I couldn’t resist the alliterations.
Last week, I spent a few days in the “Gem City” – Laramie, Wyoming.
Property assessed clean energy (PACE) programs are an innovative mechanism for financing energy efficiency and renewable energy improvements on private property.
Back in the saddle again. Welcome back!